Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Panoramic View from the top of Cape Bojeador Lighthouse
Baluarte Zoo, Vigan
The weather is so hot and humid. Students are on break. Malls, parks and beaches are full of people. During this time, its really nice to go out of the metropolis and be in a place, where one could relax and enjoy. It’s been a while that I was planning to explore the north part of the Luzon Island. Local and foreign tourists are usually go to the southern part of the Philippines, especially Boracay in Panay Island and the blooming tourist destination Bicol Region, one of those is the Caramoan Peninsula. Finally I and my sister’s coworkers and friends went to Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte. The experience was really fabulous, awesome and fun. I love the experience; it’s a tour that combined the history and the heritage of my race.
We booked a tour of 10 persons with The Three Honeys Van. It concluded the transportation and accommodation. Entrance fees and food were shouldered by us. We enjoyed the road trip as well, seeing the landscape while passing the different towns and provinces. My companions were all game and ready to explore the place where we were. Early in the morning we got up early to prepare and get ready to enjoy the place and the day.
Our driver was so accommodating. He served as our photographer, entertainer and guide. We had fun having him around. Thanks ate Rhea aka Roy. LOL. He was really fun to be with. He made our trip fun and lively.